Children’s fiction

ALIZ MOSONYI: Stories of the Old Miss and her Car
with illustrations by Zsuzsi Medve

mosonyi_aliz_autosmesek‘Once upon a time there was a car. The car belonged to the Old Miss, and it was shiny and clean inside and out, because Miss liked things to be tidy and clean, and she liked her old car too.’
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ALIZ MOSONYI: Shop Stories
Illustrated by József Pintér

mosonyi_a_boltosmesek-b1Eighty-one stories about shops that never existed. Though children will love these fairytales because of their absurdity and gentle humour…
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ALIZ MOSONYI: Auntie Alice’s Little Book of Good Manners

mosonyi_a_illemtan‘You should, you shouldn’t!’ How difficult it is for a small child to guess what they are and aren’t supposed to do!
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  • ANNA SZABÓ T.: The Spice Bird
    with illustrations by Eszter Schall

    szabo_t_anna_fuszermadarIn Sparkle Valley, Hanna and Henne, the two mischievous children of King Pertu, are always bickering: every day all they have to eat is sunrays, and they’re fed up with it.
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  • ANNA SZABÓ T.: Nobody’s Bird
    with illustrations by Kinga Rofusz

    szabo-t-anna_senki_madaraFirst love lasts forever. It bears you aloft, reshapes you, teaches you about others and yourself. But what happens if the person we love has a secret?
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    KRISZTINA TÓTH: Cloud Stories
    Illustrated by Bíbor Timkó

    toth_krisztina_felhomesek_b1What happened to the little bat who wanted to be a bird? How was the little fish cured when his fin was hurt? What do we know about the life of soap bubbles?
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    KRISZTINA TÓTH: Torchlight Stories
    Illustrated by Bíbor Timkó

    toth_k_zseblampas_boritoThe counterpart of the author’s CloudStories, Torchlight Stories contains five tales, illustrated with Bíbor Timkó’s magical drawings.
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